For organisations requiring high security IT disposals, Revive IT can offer onsite destruction using our crushing machine which meets all applicable high standards. The unit is especially designed for hard drive destruction and is one of the most commonly used machines in the computer recycling / data destruction industry. The device drills through the hard disks spindles and physically creates ripples in the platters making it impossible to recover the data.

The primary features of this service are:

  • Revive IT can undertake crushing both nationwide onsite and offsite
  • All onsite crushing services are operated by our secure logistics fleet
  • The Revive IT workforce are trusted, professional, well trained and security vetted to BS 7858
  • All destruction can be carried out safely in front of you for peace of mind
  • Our auditable asset tracking system records the destruction of all destroyed devices
  • The unit is extremely fast and crushes over 100 hard drives per hour
  • All crushed material is taken away for materials recycling with waste paperwork and data destruction certificates provided

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We Securely Recycle:

  • Computer Bases
  • CRT Monitors
  • LCD/LED/Flat Monitors/TVs
  • Printers & Photocopiers
  • Projectors
  • Laptops
  • Servers
  • Networking Items
  • Comms/Network Cabinets
  • Assorted Cables
  • Batteries & UPS Systems
  • Whiteboards
  • Apple Equipment
  • Toners/Ink Cartridges
  • Phone Systems & Mobile Phones
  • Carrier Grade Routing / Switching Hardware
  • Media / Video Broadcasting Equipment
  • High Security Specific Electronics
  • Audio Visual (AV) Hardware
  • TDM/VOIP Telecoms Equipment
  • Anything IT Related
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We Securely Destroy:

  • Hard Drives
  • Media Tapes
  • Floppy Disks
  • CD/DVD Disks
  • Mobile Phones
  • Routers/Firewalls/Switches
  • Anything IT related which contains data
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